DUBNetwork is an established independent Western Hockey League media website. We’ve reached over 1.5 million pageviews in our four years and have been granted access to WHL, Hockey Canada, and IIHF events. We’ve also interviewed current and former NHL players. We’re partners with BCHLNetwork and may expand to include other junior leagues in the future.
- access to a team of writers with a common goal
- reach of a dedicated audience of team and league personnel, plus players, parents, other media, and fans
- writing space on a solid publishing platform
- your work shared on DUBNetwork’s official Twitter and Facebook accounts with more than 7,000 total followers
- direct access to a team of writers and managers via a private Slack workspace
- the opportunity for personal brand development
As a beat writer for DUBNetwork, you have the ability to consistently deliver well-researched, detail-oriented articles. Publish a minimum of two 500-word articles per calendar month and a Twitter account for sharing your work and the work of your fellow writers.
We’re open to accepting writers who are looking for their first break into the sports media and journalism industry as well as writers with multitudes of experience. We have openings in several WHL markets, so send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in joining the team.
- Calgary Hitmen
- Everett Silvertips
- Kamloops Blazers
- Kelowna Rockets
- Lethbridge Hurricanes
- Prince George Cougars
- Seattle Thunderbirds
- Spokane Chiefs
- Swift Current Broncos
- Tri-City Americans
Writer – Daily Dose
DUBNetwork is looking for a writer who wants to cover the Western Hockey League with a focus on the daily transactions of current and former players as well as news regarding goings-on around the league and any other relevant WHL news.
The DUBNetwork team frequently assists the Daily Dose writer with scouring the internet for details on little known news tidbits.
This position requires someone capable of writing articles later in the evening for publication early the next morning.
At this time, the Daily Dose writer is a volunteer position while DUBNetwork continues to work towards a revenue-generating model